North Carolina judicial election, 2004

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Judges of the North Carolina Supreme Court and the North Carolina Court of Appeals are elected to eight-year terms in statewide judicial elections. In 2004, all these races were non-partisan. The U.S. Presidential election, 2004, U.S. House election, 2004, U.S. Senate election, 2004, and North Carolina Council of State election, 2004, North Carolina General Assembly election, 2004, were held on the same day.

Supreme Court (Parker seat)[edit]

Candidate Popular Vote Pct
Sarah Parker 1,732,399 64%
John M. Tyson 977,861 36%

Supreme Court (Orr seat)[edit]

Candidate Popular Vote Pct
Paul Martin Newby 582,684 23%
James A. Wynn, Jr. 508,416 20%
Rachel Lea Hunter 452,298 18%
Howard E. Manning, Jr. 312,319 12%
Betsy McCrodden 281,777 11%
Ronnie Ansley 213,657 8%
Fred Morrison, Jr. 163,601 6%
Marvin Schiller 64,824 3%

Court of Appeals (McGee seat)[edit]

Candidate Popular Vote Pct
Linda McGee 1,520,455 58%
Bill Parker 1,112,128 42%

Court of Appeals (Bryant seat)[edit]

Candidate Popular Vote Pct
Wanda G. Bryant 1,416,123 54%
Alice C. Stubbs 1,183,962 46%

Court of Appeals (Thornburg seat)[edit]

Candidate Popular Vote Pct
Barbara Jackson 1,399,528 55%
Alan Thornburg 1,141,896 45%